The expansion of the Grape Escape arts complex in Appleby has been given the go-ahead after nine months of negotiation with objectors. However, the multimillion-dollar expansion will now cater for about half the number of businesses originally planned. Originally 40 tenants were planned for the complex, but restrictions on staff numbers meant only about 20 were now possible.
If consent was granted, the ground floor of shops would take about six months to build, followed by completion of the apartments six months later. Fortunately, whilst mortgage payments are expensive, most lenders exercise prudent loan to equity ratios in assessing lending volumes. With its official opening just three months away, distinct areas of the museum are now apparent – including a retail gallery and a darkened space called nga kakano, meaning the seeds. The work of Property valuerproperty valuer is on making the main points of property to get known.
The Salvation Army could be just weeks away from completing the sale of its Stoke rest home. The church announced last November that Omaio Village was one of 12 residential care centres throughout the country it was going to sell, to allow it to focus on providing home support for the elderly. A start date for the expansion has not been set until developers meet with prospective tenants.This week, workers manoeuvred the second and final part of a large staircase into position.
Lynley and Barry Bird plan to fight the Nelson City Council’s plans to take 43sq m of their land in Atawhai under the Public Works Act for a through road.Council chief executive Viesturs Altments said the link road was needed to allow residents to travel to the intersection with State Highway 6. Network Tasman has been granted consent to build a 33kV substation at 30 Beach Rd in Richmond.
But she said 50 submissions had been received in response to the proposals, which include rezoning 20.1ha of rural land, spread between three areas of Motueka, for residential development. Ms Biss said a report would be completed in the next two months to be considered by the resource management policy committee.